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But it SHOULDN'T be Dimir for the sake of flavor. Dimir's keyword ability, Transmute, COMPLETELY relies on searching the library. Though a good mill deck thrives on starving their opponents of much needed cards, it opposes Dimir in concept of denying the spell's controller to search a library as well.
Posted By: MacBizzle (2/16/2011 3:18:33 AM)


Harrow, eat your heart out.
Posted By: littleteapot (5/7/2011 9:51:26 AM)


It's Dimir because Blue is known for hosing itself. It's not like Red or Green where you can typically top deck any card and play it. It's all about timing it to benefit you or hurt your opponent(s) more than the alternative. I will admit, it could fit in Azorius (White or Blue) but eh, wasn't Dimir a bit more backstabing (as in turning on each other)?

If you don't believe me about Blue hosing itself, do a quick search for 'islandwalk' for a quick example.
Posted By: OmegaSerris (6/30/2011 11:16:25 PM)


The art is amazing. Ravnica had the best art direction ever.
Posted By: Shadoflaam (9/18/2011 9:34:18 AM)


This was played because of Dragonstorm.
Posted By: Gabriel422 (9/22/2011 1:44:26 AM)


It's just cool
Posted By: axiobeta (10/5/2011 9:05:40 AM)


Probably would have made a nice uncommon.
Posted By: NoobOfLore (11/1/2011 8:57:39 PM)


This is a fantastic card. It denies land fetching (play it after Harrow -- they sacrifice a land and you draw a card). It screws with landfall decks (players who stock up the board with Evolving Wild and Terramorphic Expanse). It protects you from Praetor's Grasp, Surgical Extraction, Sadistic Sacrament, etc. And at its worst, its a cycle for two mana.
Posted By: igniteice (1/13/2012 9:45:23 AM)


Doesn't stop Demonic Consultation.
Posted By: voidweaver (7/31/2012 10:26:41 PM)


Amusingly, is a bit anti-Dimir. They sure to love their transmute.
Posted By: DoragonShinzui (9/5/2012 6:22:02 PM)


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